Internet Explorer 10 share doubles again on the back of Windows 7

After Microsoft released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 in late February, the market share of the previously Windows 8-specific browser almost doubled. That strong growth has continued, with the browser share doubling again in April.The overall split of the browser market is, however, little changed. Internet Explorer sits at 55.81 percent of the desktop market, an insignificant drop of 0.02 points. Firefox nudged up, gaining 0.09 points for a 20.30 percent share. Chrome fell slightly, losing 0.10 points for a 16.35 percent share. Safari grew 0.07 points to 5.38 percent, and Opera was all but unchanged, dropping 0.01 points to 1.73 percent.
arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/05/internet-explorer-10-share-doubles-again-on-the-back-of-windows-7/

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